Last post Nov 28, 2007 12:24 AM by PieCook
Oct 21, 2006 11:53 PM|sunstallion|LINK
I just bought "ASP.NET 2.0" by Stephen Walther, the author recommends to get a book in C# if I am not too familiar with C# language. Not because I am not understanding the language, but because I may need to review some stuffs in C# later on. So, can anyone
please recommend me a GREAT C# book !!!
Oct 22, 2006 12:54 AM|StrongTypes|LINK
Oct 24, 2006 02:32 PM|haidar_bilal|LINK
I read in the last couple of weeks 2 great books on C#:
Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Step-by-Step
Microsoft Visual C# 2005 : The Language
There is still the
CLR via C#, which is a great e book to read.
So I guess those are good references to have a good understanding of C#.
Hope this helps,
Nov 03, 2006 11:05 AM|joerattz|LINK
The C# book I like the best is O'Reilly's C# Essentials. It is a small book < 200 pages. The edition I have doesn't include C# 2.0 (nor 3.0, but it's not released yet). I don't know if they have a newer edition covering C# 2.0 or not.
What I like about the book is that it is so concise. No, it doesn't go into as much depth as other books, but that's what I like about it. If I am trying to do something very specific that is beyond the depth of the book, all those specifics usually make
it easy to search the web and find out how to do it. It is the simple basics that return way too many and varied results when searching the web, that make finding their answers on the web more difficult, and this book is good for that. I will say however,
don't expect to pick this book up and learn to program. It expects you to understand programming, and it certainly helps if you already know C or C++.
Nov 04, 2006 09:19 AM|handy01|LINK
List of all asp.net related books
Nov 09, 2006 04:27 PM|yaldex|LINK
Nov 28, 2007 12:24 AM|PieCook|LINK
I used the Wrox book. It's called Beginning Visual C# 2005.